The X-Racer flight controller has just been upgraded to the F4 processor. Let’s take a look at the features of this FC in this review.
Following our review of the XSRF3O flight controller with integrated Frsky XSR RX, FrSky provided us with the other 3 flight controllers of the same FC line up to check out: the XSRF4O, XSRF3PO and XSRF4PO.
When choosing flight controllers, the term “F1”, “F3”, “F4” and “F7” pop up all the time. These are the FC processors and in this article we will explain the differences between them and which one you should get.
Are you having trouble flashing FC firmware? Most of the times, it could be a FC driver issue and this guide might help you fix it in a few simple steps.
The Matek F405 AIO FC is a PDB-integrated flight controller that is able to run 32K/32K with DShot1200 in Betaflight 3.2.
There are too many great flight controllers out there. In this edition of “top 5 best” we picked 5 FC’s for racing mini quads based on community feedback in July 2017.
The DYS F4 Pro V2 FC is a new AIO (all in one) flight controller that has been very popular among mini quad builders. In this review we will take a look at the features and some close up photos.
The Holybro Kakute F4 FC is an AIO flight controller with built-in power distribution and Betaflight OSD. In this review we will go though the features and test it on a mini quad.
FrSky recently released four new flight controllers all with integrated XSR radio receiver. One of them is the XSRF3O, which we will take a look in this review.
In this article we will briefly explain the different flight controller firmware options available for mini quad (FPV Racing Drones). We will take a look at the background of these FC firmware, as well as what they were intended to do.
The number of mini quad flight controllers on the market can be overwhelming for beginners. This guide aims to explain the important factors in choosing the next flight controller for your quadcopter, FPV mini quad or racing drone.